Waiheke Marketplace : May 2nd 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 3 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, MAY 2, 2012 NEWS COMMERCIAL / RETAIL TO LEASE PRIME POSITION - CENTRAL ONEROA • North facing commercial premises currently occupied by Bayleys in Oceanview Road, Oneroa • 220m2 approx - flexible floor plan which can be divided • Commercial / retail zoning • Great exposure • 4 convenient carparks • AVAILABLE 1ST AUGUST 2012 Phone owner on (09) 372 9010 or 021 372 403 4552353AA A day for all to remember Lest we forget: Former marine commando David Glenn was the MC for the Anzac Day civic service outside the Ostend War Memorial Hall. Big turnout: Traffic was diverted to accommodate the Anzac Day civic service crowd. Young attendees: Junior members of St John take it all in. Wreath laying: Waiheke Primary School students were among the many who paid their respects at the cenotaph. YOUNG and old contributed to a strong turnout to the Anzac Day civic service at the cenotaph on the corner of Belgium St. Traffic stopped for the tra- ditional march up Belgium St, before commemorations led by MC and former marine commando David Glenn, with prayers by bishop George Connor. Waiheke RSA patron Major John Barclay read excerpts from the war diaries of World War I soldier Private Frank Mackenzie of the Third Auck- land Infantry, who was at Gallipoli in 1915. He said Anzac Day was also a day for young people. Long after we have gone it will be the young and the very young who will continue to surround this memorial and other memorials on Anzac Day.'' The Last Post was played and the cenotaph flag was lowered. RSA president Bill Howling recited the Ode to the Fallen and service person- nel and community groups laid wreaths at the cenotaph.
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